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Keeping your septic system in tip-top working condition is important to the health of everyone living in the home as leached contaminants can:
While you should maintain a regular pumping schedule, changes in the function of your septic system does not always mean a pumping is in order. A thorough inspection by a certified septic system inspector will give the homeowner a complete picture of the condition of:
Each component should be inspected before proceeding with a septic pump, especially in cases of flooding. Your inspector will provide you with an accurate assessment before you move forward with pumping or any warranted repairs, potentially saving you hundreds, if not thousands of dollars. Because a certified septic system inspector does not perform any maintenance, or do repair work, there is no conflict of interest when assessing and making recommendations concerning your septic system.
This short video will allow you to see what the inside of an older septic system looks like and explains the basic operating system.
Flooding can wreak havoc on a septic system
Severe changes in ground temperatures major concern
Crushed drains, clogged pipes, vegetation problems
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